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restring


Past participle: restrung
Gerund: restringing

Imperative
restring
restring
Present
I restring
you restring
he/she/it restrings
we restring
you restring
they restring
Preterite
I restrung
you restrung
he/she/it restrung
we restrung
you restrung
they restrung
Present Continuous
I am restringing
you are restringing
he/she/it is restringing
we are restringing
you are restringing
they are restringing
Present Perfect
I have restrung
you have restrung
he/she/it has restrung
we have restrung
you have restrung
they have restrung
Past Continuous
I was restringing
you were restringing
he/she/it was restringing
we were restringing
you were restringing
they were restringing
Past Perfect
I had restrung
you had restrung
he/she/it had restrung
we had restrung
you had restrung
they had restrung
Future
I will restring
you will restring
he/she/it will restring
we will restring
you will restring
they will restring
Future Perfect
I will have restrung
you will have restrung
he/she/it will have restrung
we will have restrung
you will have restrung
they will have restrung
Future Continuous
I will be restringing
you will be restringing
he/she/it will be restringing
we will be restringing
you will be restringing
they will be restringing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been restringing
you have been restringing
he/she/it has been restringing
we have been restringing
you have been restringing
they have been restringing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been restringing
you will have been restringing
he/she/it will have been restringing
we will have been restringing
you will have been restringing
they will have been restringing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been restringing
you had been restringing
he/she/it had been restringing
we had been restringing
you had been restringing
they had been restringing
Conditional
I would restring
you would restring
he/she/it would restring
we would restring
you would restring
they would restring
Past Conditional
I would have restrung
you would have restrung
he/she/it would have restrung
we would have restrung
you would have restrung
they would have restrung
Collins English Verb Tables © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
Translations

restring

[ˌriːˈstrɪŋ] (restrung (pt, pp)) [ˌriːˈstrʌŋ] VT [+ pearls, necklace] → ensartar de nuevo; [+ violin, racket] → poner nuevas cuerdas a; [+ bow] → poner una nueva cuerda a
Collins Spanish Dictionary - Complete and Unabridged 8th Edition 2005 © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1971, 1988 © HarperCollins Publishers 1992, 1993, 1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2005

restring

pret, ptp <restrung>
vt instrumentneu besaiten; bow, racketneu bespannen; pearlsneu aufziehen
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007
References in periodicals archive ?
Crews are clearing trees and branch debris that have fallen on the lines and putting up new poles and restringing wire.
Regional election commissioner Sibi district will perform responsibility of District Restringing Officer.
By now, his ukulele probably needs restringing because it has remained unplucked for so long.
To restore many of these outages, work such as clearing trees, replacing poles and restringing power lines has been required.
The store will offer customers specialist sportswear and equipment as well as services such as racquet restringing and gait analysis.
Having established a retail price for the devices in their stores, it will definitely look as if they are giving it some perceived value by supplying it with each racket, or using it as a promotional incentive to boost their restringing business.
By restringing the piano keyboard in Reversed Strung Piano so that the bass and treble registers are flip-flopped, Holloway scores the sonic equivalent (if such a thing is possible) of his various investigations of space.
The last poem in the collection, dedicated to Gwendolyn Brooks, is a response and rejoinder to such a poem as Brooks's "The Mother." Not only is Brooks portrayed as "a holy one," she has become a universal symbol of the mother with enduring love and humanity: "restringing her words / from city to city / so that we live and / breathe and smile and / breathe and love and / breathe her [ldots] / this Gwensister called life."